Reading of a translation of the opening of the Abhidhamma Paṭṭhāna, which first lists and then explains the conditional relations which prevail in the universe. Topics: Buddhism, Abhidhamma, Buddhist Philosophy
The `Seventy Three Kinds of Knowledge' as a Summary in the PaÃ±isambhidÃ -magga, describe at a glance the knowl- edges Buddhas and their disciples gain in the attainment of mundane and supramundane states. Topics: Buddhism, Theravada, Abhidhamma
Discussions at Kaeng Krajaan and Bangkok, January 2007 (Ajarn Sujin's 80th birthday) Recorded by Jonothan, edited by Jonothan and Sarah File size approx 10MB each (20 minutes of discussion time) 9 January: No. 2 Topics: Buddhsim, Abhidhamma, insight, vipassana, dhamma
The matrix from the Abhidhamma or abstract teaching is a table or grid against which other doctrines are classified in the other Abhidhamma books, it is therefore used as a reference point for the other doctrines that are examined. The matrix is divided into three parts, the triplets matrix, the pairs matrix and the pairs matrix from the discourses. Topics: Buddha, Dhamma, Dharma, Abhidhamma, Abhidharma
Abhidhamma in Daily Life is an exposition of absolute realities in detail. Abhidhamma means higher doctrine and the book's purpose is to encourage the right application of Buddhism in order to eradicate wrong view and eventually all defilements. Many terms in PÄli the language of early Buddhism are used and are defined as they are introduced. The book is therefore suitable for beginners as well as practicing Buddhists. It is detailed and precise and an invaluable aid to unlocking the deep... Topics: Abhidhamma, Theravada Buddhism, Buddhism, Tipitaka
Taking Refuge in Buddhism is an introduction to the development of insight meditation. The book is composed of lectures and discussions with Cambodians. Although some background knowledge of Buddhism is assumed, it could also be appreciated by the beginner. Topics: abhidhamma, buddhism, theravada, theravada buddhism, tipitaka
Abhidhamma is an exposition of absolute realities in detail. Abhidhamma means higher doctrine and the book's purpose is to encourage the right application of Buddhism in order to eradicate wrong view and eventually all defilements. Many terms in PÄli the language of early Buddhism are used and are defined as they are introduced. The book is therefore suitable for beginners as well as practising Buddhists. It is detailed and precise and an invaluable aid to unlocking the deep meaning of the... Topics: Abhidhamma, buddhism, theravada, theravada buddhism, beginner buddhism
Process of Consciousness and Matter by Dr Rewata Dhamma This book is intended for all serious students of the Abhidhamma. It serves as supplement to Bhikku Bodhiâs book A Comprehensive Manual of Abhidhamma, and treats various important aspects in more detail - in particular the process of consciousness. Topics: Buddhism, Theravada, Abhidhamma, Dr Rewata Dhamma
A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas is a guide to the development of the Buddha's path of wisdom, covering all aspects of human life and human behaviour, good and bad. This study explains that right understanding is indispensable for mental development, the development of calm as well as the development of insight The author describes in detail all mental phenomena (citta and cetasika), and physical phenomena (rupa) and explains the processes of mental phenomena that experience objects through the... Topics: abhidhamma, buddhism, theravada, theravada buddhism, tipitaka
The Perfections leading to Enlightenment is now published and is available to order via amazon in US and UK. The Perfections is a study of the ten good qualities: generosity, morality, renunciation, wisdom, energy, patience, truthfulness, determination, loving-kindness, and equanimity. It shows when they are considered perfections and what hinders them. It shows the importance of developing them in daily life and how their cultivation is essential for the complete eradication of all... Topics: abhidhamma, buddhism, theravada, theravada buddhism, tipitaka, perfections
The purpose of this book is to show that the Buddhas Path to true understanding has to be developed in daily life. It explains the pitfalls one will come across while developing this path and the way to overcome them. The book is composed of letters written in answer to questions about the practice and is suitable for those who already have a background knowledge of Buddhism but who seek a deeper understanding. Topics: abhidhamma, buddhism, theravada, theravada buddhism, tipitaka
Why do we do what we do? why do we see what we see? Seeing, attachment, generosity, all experiences in life can arise only because of a concurrence of conditions. This book is an introduction to the seventh book of the Abhidhamma, that deals with the conditionality of life. It explains the deep underlying motives for all actions through body, speech and mind and shows that these are dependent on conditions and cannot be controlled by a âselfâ. The study of conditions is indispensable for... Topics: abhidhamma, buddhism, theravada, theravada buddhism, tipitaka, condition
An introduction to the basic Buddhist teachings of mettÄ, loving kindness, and its practical application in today's world. The book is a compilation of lectures given by the author, Ms. Sujin Boriharnwanaket, in the Boranives Temple, Bangkok, for mixed groups of scholars, monks and lay people. Part of the book features questions and answers raised during the lectures. Although some background of Buddhism is assumed much of the text would be appreciated by the complete beginner. Topics: abhidhamma, buddhism, theravada, theravada buddhism, tipitaka
Fundamental Abhidhamma, Part 1, Dr. Nandamalabhivamsa, 2005 Dhammasangani ("Enumeration of Phenomena"). This book enumerates all the paramattha dhamma (ultimate realities) to be found in the world. According to one such enumeration these amount to: 52 cetasikas (mental factors), which, arising together in various combination, give rise to any one of... ...89 different possible cittas (states of consciousness) 4 primary physical elements, and 23 physical phenomena derived from them... Topics: Abhidhamma, Pitaka, Buddhism, Theravada, Buddha, Teachings
Cetasika means belonging to the mind. It is a mental factor which accompanies consciousness (citta) and experiences an object. There are 52 cetasikas. This book gives an outline of each of these 52 cetasikas and shows the relationship they have with each other. It will help the student have more understanding of the intricate operations of the mind enabling the development of good qualities and the eventual eradication of all defilements. It will help to understand that citta and cetasika act... Topics: Abhidhamma, theravada buddhism, buddhism, theravada, tipitaka
A recital in Pāli of one section of the Abhidhamma Vibhanga text concerned with an analysis of Satipaṭṭhāna (Mindfulness). A reading of the English translation can be found here. Topic: Abhidhamma, Abhidharma, Buddhism, Dhamma, Dharma, Mindfulness, meditation
A Manual of Abhidhamma (Abhidhammattha Sangaha) by Narada Maha Thera , 1979 , ISBN 967-9920-42-9 Dhammasangani ("Enumeration of Phenomena"). This book enumerates all the paramattha dhamma (ultimate realities) to be found in the world. According to one such enumeration these amount to: 52 cetasikas (mental factors), which, arising together in various combination, give rise to any one of... ...89 different possible cittas (states of consciousness) 4 primary physical elements, and 23... Topics: Abhidhamma, Pitaka, Narada, Abhidhammattha, Theravada, Buddhism, Buddha, Teachings
A general introduction to physical phenomena and the way they are related to each other and to mental phenomena. The purpose of this book is to show that the study of both mental phenomena and physical phenomena is indispensable for the development of the eightfold Path. The quotations from the scriptures provide the reader with lively examples of the way the physical phenomena, which are depending on conditions, perform their functions in daily life. The study of this book will help the reader... Topics: abhidhamma, buddhism, theravada, theravada buddhism, tipitaka, physical phenomena
Open the Tipitaka by Ven. Pramaha Sompong Mudito Wat Mahadhatu Thaprachan Bangkok Thailand : www.baliyai.org Topics: Tipitaka, Open the Tipitaka, Vinaya, Suttanta, Abhidhamma, Dhamma, the lecture of Dhamma, Buddhist,...
byVen. Line Sourinho, Somsak Vongvanith, Ven. Manh
Matika, Abhidhamma, Nhamaka book printed in old Lao language called Tham, Dham, or Dhamma language by Ven. Phra Ajarn Line Sourinho using Lao Vannasak and Dham-Lao Vannasak fonts created by Somsak Vongvanith. ePublished in 2015 by SOmsak Vongvanith. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Matika, Abhidhamma, Nhamaka, Laos, Lao, Lao book, Tham, Dhamma, Lao language, Old Lao language,...
Audio readings ofPoints of Controversy, The KatthavatthuPali Text Societyfrom the Abhidhamma Pitakaby Shwe Zan Aung B.A&Mrs Rhy Davids M.A by Ven Rakkhita [ UK Samanera ] Topics: Audio Dhamma, Points of Controversy, The Katthavatthu, Pali Text Society, Abhidhamma Pitaka, Shwe...
Shakyamuni Gautam Buddha taught His Teachings as Dhamma & Vinaya. In his first sermon Dhammacakkapavattana-Sutta, after His enlightenment, He explained the middle path, which is the way to get peace, happiness, joy, wisdom, and salvation. The Buddha taught The Eightfold Path as a way to Nibbana (salvation). The Eightfold Path can be divided into morality, mental discipline, and wisdom. The collection of His Teachings is known as Pali Tipinika Literature,... Topics: Pali, Buddhavacana, Theravada Buddhism, Dhammacakkapavattana-Sutta, The Middle Path (Noble...